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    Taiwan says to hold more trade talks with United States






    Taiwan's chief trade negotiator, John Deng, will hold more talks with the United States on bilateral trade on Wednesday (Jun 1), the island's government said, after being excluded from a major new US economic plan for the Asia Pacific region.

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    Deng has pushed strongly for Taiwan to be included in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, or IPEF, one part of the US administration's effort to counter what it says is Beijing's increasing economic and military coercion in the region.

    However, Taiwan was not included when the United States announced details of its formation last week, with Taipei expressing "regret" at the decision.

    Taiwan Cabinet Spokesman Lo Ping-cheng told reporters that Deng would be holding online talks with Sarah Bianchi, one of US Trade Representative Katherine Tai's deputies, on Taiwan-US trade issues.

    Further details would come later, Lo added.

    Deng and Tai met virtually in April, where Deng again expressed Taiwan's desire to join the IPEF.

    China is not a member of the grouping, whose initial founders include the United States, Australia, Brunei, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
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